Great Sermon! You'll get no back biting, double talking, or bad exegesis with the Dr.; he's cut and dry, to the point. Doesn't wander off into fables, nor relies on "private interpretation". The Dr. considers the word with and listen to his flock. He also has steady influences in theology and isn't afraid to stand for Christ in public at secular colleges. Of course, let the glory be unto God and thanks to the Dr. for representing Jesus in an obedient manner.
I remember getting a Bible from my mom for graduation. I am ashamed to say I was not too excited but then after living away from home for a while, I came to rely on that Bible every day. What a blessing!!!
How Times have changed. I remember the Gideons coming to our elementary school in the late 60s. All the kids including myself were excited to receive a small Bible of our own. There were no permission slips either.
As an Aggie , class of 86, I would not have permitted any portion of my student fees to fund the glbt group if it were in my power to do so. For that matter, I would say no funds should go toward any religious group on campus either. I attended church while living in College Station, and gave money to the church. I do hope this bill stays in force and thank God for those strong enough to back this bill.